Simply Radiant

by Linda

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  • IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko: Radiant Neon pigment ink: Electric Yellow, Electric Green, Electric Orange, Electric Coral; VersaFine Onyx Black; Delicata Golden Glitz; Sponge Daubers
  • The Crafter’s Workshop – 6×6 Stencil
  • Spellbinders: 5×7 Mystical Embrace Nestabilities Card Creator, Grand Calibur Machine
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™: E-Z Adhesive Runner
  • Miscellaneous:  cardstock in white, black and cream; liquid glue


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1.  Using the flower image on the stencil, sponge the petals using Electric Yellow and a Sponge Dauber.

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2.  Color the stems using Electric Green and Sponge Dauber.

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3.  To add some depth to the base of the petals, shade lightly using Electric Orange.

4.  Using the Sponge Dauber and Electric Coral, lightly ‘dab’ the flower from the base to approximately halfway up the flower to give a stippled effect.

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5.  Without re-inking an already used Sponge Dauber, add some depth to the base of the leaves.

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6.  Edge panel with Delicata Golden Glitz.

7.  Using Versafine Onyx Black, add the sentiment across the stems of the flowers.

8.  Trim the card slightly larger than the image

9.  Layer onto black card cut slightly larger.

10.  Cut one (1) 5×7 Mystical Embrace Nestabilities.

11.  Adhere the layered stenciled image onto the die cut.

12.  Attach to precut card base.

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